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2019

Three million passengers crossed the Tallinn Airport threshold through November

As of November three million passengers have passed through Tallinn Airport; last year, the figure of three million was reached exactly on the last day of the year. 242,000 passengers passed through the airport in November, which is 6.6% more than the same time last year. According to Eero Pärgmäe, Commercial Manager at Tallinn Airport,…

Concert-marathon of pianist Arko Narits at the Tallinn Airport

On November 9, at 8 a.m., the pianist Arko Narits will begin a ten-hour piano concert in the public area of the Tallinn Airport terminal, the remarkable piece “Vexations” by Erik Satie. With this solo recital, the pianist Arko Narits, known from the popular TV show “Classical Stars”, intends to do something that was deemed…

The number of passengers continued to grow in October

In October, Tallinn Airport provided its services to over 316,000 passengers, which is by 11 per cent more than during the same period last year. According to Eero Pärgmäe, the Commercial Director of Tallinn Airport, October can be characterised by active commercial traffic and autumn school holiday trips. “The most popular destinations were Berlin, Stockholm…

Tallinn Airport was awarded international carbon management certificate

AS Tallinna Lennujaam joined the ACA programme and was awarded the international carbon accreditation I level certificate, being a proof of the fact that the airport has committed to moving towards a climate-neutral management. ACA, or the Airport Carbon Accreditation, is an independent carbon accreditation programme for airports, monitoring the efforts of airports and instructing…

Five prohibited items most often forgotten in hand luggage

This week, most schools have their mid-term, which many families use to have a holiday and travel. This, in turn, brings more passengers to Tallinn Airport and causes longer queues at security control during peak hours. To pass through security control in a smooth and stress-free way, the G4S Estonia aviation security officers working at…

AirBaltic will continue to open new direct lines from Tallinn

On May 1st, next year, AirBaltic will commence the route Tallinn-Nice, which will become the 14th direct line for AirBaltic from Tallinn. “AirBaltic’s decision to open a new route for the next summer season to this great holiday destination so much beloved by Estonians deserves appreciation and recognition. This shows that AirBaltic sees the opportunity…

Swedish airline BRA to start flights to Tallinn next year

Today, the Swedish airline Braathens Regional Airline (BRA) announced that it would begin operating on the Tallinn-Stockholm route as of March 30. Flights will take place six times a week. “The new route should primarily be suitable for business travelers. Beside Arlanda Airport, there is now an opportunity to fly directly to Bromma Airport in…

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